Developing cognitive skills in early childhood is important because toddlers and young kids begin to learn about the world around them beginning with their senses. They also develop early motor skills with the use of objects. Challenge your child with a variety of resources, including DVDs and learning kits, to appeal to their visual and auditory senses. Games and puzzles to appeal to tactile learners. Helping your child develop cognitive skills in early childhood will help your child's memory and logic skills in the future.
Board Book & DVD Collection
“One of its many strengths is the unusually high level of interactivity it weaves into the early learning process. The skillful blending of playful verbal and visual elements deeply engages kids and... Read More
Balancing Plastic Hemispheres
New and improved quality with anti-slip rubber profile. Plastic hemispheres challenge anybody's balancing skills. You can try to walk on the hemispheres with either side - the flat or the round side -... Read More
Early math concepts are much easier with this hands-on set of 36 textured bugs & 23 progressively challenging activities. From 3 years & up.
Get Ready Kindergarten Learning Set
Let school days continue at home! This great set gives kids so many options for play and learning, and it can also keep more than one child busy in the classroom as a reward or while others are... Read More
It seems like it would be easy to name three flavors of ice cream—but can you do it under the pressure of 5 seconds twisting down, and with the other players staring at you? You have to be quick, so... Read More